Produced and presented by the Asian American Arts Alliance
What curatorial thinking goes on behind-the-scenes when visual arts practitioners plan exhibitions, special projects, and festivals? What aspects of personal identity come into play that frame a curator's point of view? What innovative approaches have they taken to expand the parameters of art-viewing through their projects, and how have they responded to today's social and political climate?
Join the Asian American Arts Alliance And AN/OTHER NY for an in-depth look at a range of curatorial models, presented by three of New York's established and rising curators. Each of the curators will present their projects in a case study format, walking us through their planning processes, rubrics for artist selection, and their projects' impact on communities. The presentations will be followed by a moderated discussion with the curators and a Q&A with the audience.
Howie Chen/Chen & Lampert (Founder, Chen & Lampert)
Andrew Rebatta (Assistant Curator, Museum of Chinese in America)
Karen Wong (Deputy Director, The New Museum)
Can’t make the panel in person? Attend by Facebook Live or watch it later on the Alliance's Facebook page.
You must attend either this panel or Case Studies: Socially Engaged Art in person if you intend to apply for the Alliance's 2018 Van Lier Fellowships in Artistic Practice or Curation.